Symptoms And Signs

Prodromal phase: Malaise, Weakness, Mild Fever, Nausea and Vomiting, Anorexia, Headache, Abdominal Discomfort

Icteric phase: Jaundice, Itching, Dark Urine, Pale Stools

The majority of young patients are symptomless or they have mild general symptoms. The prodromal phase that lasts 2-7 days is followed by the icteric phase lasting usually 1-2 weeks, often longer in adults. Some patients show general fatigue for several weeks, or even months. Extrahepatic manifestations are uncommon.

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